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Studienabschlüsse und Arbeitsmarkt.

Kerst, C., Wolter, A., & Züchner, I. (2016).
Studienabschlüsse und Arbeitsmarkt. In W. Koller, H. Faulstich-Wieland, H. Weishaupt & I. Züchner (Hrsg.), Datenreport Erziehungswissenschaft 2016. Schriften der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Erziehungswissenschaft (S. 99-134). Opladen, Berlin, Toronto: Barbara Budrich.
Abstract

In dem Beitrag werden anhand der amtlichen Statistik die Hauptfachstudierenden der Erziehungswissenschaft im Übergang zwischen Bachelor und Masterstudiengängen und die Lehramtsstudierenden im Übergang vom ersten Staatsexamen in den Vorbereitungsdienst und den Arbeitsmarkt betrachtet. Mit den Studien des Deutschen Zentrums für Hochschul- und Wissenschaftsforschung (DZHW) werden darüber hinaus die Berufsverlaufsprozesse im Fächervergleich bis zu 10 Jahre nach dem Studienabschluss nachvollzogen und beschrieben. Mit dem DZHW-Absolventenpanel sowie den Daten der Absolventenstudien in Bayern und Sachsen wird daneben der Aspekt der (Arbeitsmarkt)Mobilität von Absolventinnen und Absolventen genauer untersucht.

New Horizontal Inequalities in German Higher Education? Social Selectivity of Studying Abroad between 1991 and 2012.

Netz, N., & Finger, C. (2016).
New Horizontal Inequalities in German Higher Education? Social Selectivity of Studying Abroad between 1991 and 2012. Sociology of Education, 89(2), (79-98). https://dx.doi.org/10.1177/0038040715627196
Abstract

On the basis of theories of cultural reproduction and rational choice, we examine whether access to study-abroad opportunities is socially selective and whether this pattern changed during educational expansion. We test our hypotheses for Germany by combining student survey data and administrative data on higher education entry rates. We find that studying abroad was socially selective during the entire observation period. Selectivity increased between 1991 and 2003 and hardly changed thereafter. Unexpectedly, the expansion of higher education does not explain this development.

Lifelong learning and higher education in the German context – organisational change in higher education institutions?

Hessler, G. (2016).
Lifelong learning and higher education in the German context – organisational change in higher education institutions? Widening Participation and Lifelong Learning, Volume 18 (Number 1 UALL Special Edition), 46-60. http://dx.doi.org/10.5456/WPLL.18.1.46

Social inclusion through lifelong learning in German higher education? Challenges for individuals and higher education institutions.

Mülheims, K., & Schröder, S. (2016).
Social inclusion through lifelong learning in German higher education? Challenges for individuals and higher education institutions. Widening Participation and Lifelong Learning, 18 (1), 28-45. http://dx.doi.org/10.5456/WPLL.18.1.28
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The field of lifelong learning in German higher education (HE) is undergoing diverse reforms which aim to include non-traditional students by fostering structural and social permeability between the technical and vocational education and training sector (TVET) and HE. The challenges connected with increasing participation of formerly underrepresented social groups are explored from an individual and institutional perspective. Non-traditional students and higher education institutions face similar types of challenges, and meeting those challenges is essential in order for lifelong learning in HE to contribute to social inclusion.

Feldstudie zur Wahlbeteiligung bei der Wiener Landtags- und Gemeinderatswahl 2015. AUTNES Working Paper, Wien: Universität Wien.

Thomas, K., Ennser-Jedenastik, L., Nyhuis, D., & Johann, D. (2016).
Feldstudie zur Wahlbeteiligung bei der Wiener Landtags- und Gemeinderatswahl 2015. AUTNES Working Paper, Wien: Universität Wien.

Eine exzellente Initiative ist nicht genug.

Hornbostel, S. (2016).
Eine exzellente Initiative ist nicht genug. Gastbeitrag in DIE ZEIT Nr. 5 vom 28. Januar 2016.

Wissenschaft weltoffen kompakt 2016.

Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst & Deutsches Zentrum für Hochschul- und Wissenschaftsforschung (Hrsg.) - DZHW-Mitarbeiter(innen): Heublein, U. (2016).
Wissenschaft weltoffen kompakt 2016. Daten und Fakten zur Internationalität von Studium und Forschung in Deutschland. Bielefeld: Bertelsmann.

Wissenschaft weltoffen kompakt 2016 English edition.

Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst & Deutsches Zentrum für Hochschul- und Wissenschaftsforschung (Hrsg.) - DZHW-Mitarbeiter(innen): Heublein, U. (2016).
Wissenschaft weltoffen kompakt 2016 English edition. Facts and Figures on the International Nature of Study and Research in Germany. Bielefeld: Bertelsmann.

The limits of monetizing and paying for volunteering in eldercare: a behavioral-economic appraoch.

Kehl, K., & Stahlschmidt, S. (2016).
The limits of monetizing and paying for volunteering in eldercare: a behavioral-economic appraoch. VOLUNTAS.

Eurosceptic vote deviation and the impact of news media.

Kritzinger, S., & Johann, D. (2016).
Eurosceptic vote deviation and the impact of news media. In W. Van der Brug & C. H. De Vreese (Hrsg.), (Un)intended consequences of European Parliament elections (S. 171-191). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Determining effects of individual research grants on publication output and impact: the case of the Emmy Noether-Programme.

Neufeld, J. (2016).
Determining effects of individual research grants on publication output and impact: the case of the Emmy Noether-Programme. Research Evaluation (2016), Vol. 25, No. 1. 50-61, [Online first: November 24, 2015]. https://doi.org/10.1093/reseval/rvv029

Förderung von Inklusion über zentrale Instrumente der aktuellen Hochschulsteuerung? Zum aktuellen Stand in den deutschen Bundesländern.

In der Smitten, S., & Valero Sanchez, M. M. (2016).
Förderung von Inklusion über zentrale Instrumente der aktuellen Hochschulsteuerung? Zum aktuellen Stand in den deutschen Bundesländern. In U. Klein (Hrsg.), Inklusive Hochschule. Neue Perspektiven für Praxis und Forschung (S. 41-59). Weinheim und Basel: Beltz Juventa.

The Research Core Dataset for the German science system: Challenges, processes and principles of a contested standardization project.

Biesenbender, S., & Hornbostel, S. (2016).
The Research Core Dataset for the German science system: Challenges, processes and principles of a contested standardization project. Scientometrics, 106(2), 837-847.

Networks of International Student Mobility: Enlargement and Consolidation of the European Transnational Education Space?

Vögtle, E.M., & Windzio, M. (2016).
Networks of International Student Mobility: Enlargement and Consolidation of the European Transnational Education Space? Higher Education, 1-19. https://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10734-015-9972-9
Abstract

In this paper, we investigate the impact of membership in the Bologna Process on patterns and driving forces of cross-national student mobility. Student exchange flows are analyzed for almost all Bologna Process member states and non-Bologna OECD members over a ten-year period (from 2000 to 2010). Based on social network analyses, we first visualize the exchange patterns between sampled countries. In doing so, we analyze the student exchange linkages to gain descriptive insights into the development of the network. Second, we use exponential random graph models (ERGM) to test which factors determine transnational student mobility.

Enhanced self-citation detection by fuzzy author name matching and complementary error estimates.

Donner, P. (2016).
Enhanced self-citation detection by fuzzy author name matching and complementary error estimates. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology, 662–670.
Abstract

In this article I investigate the shortcomings of exact string match-based author self-citation detection methods. The contributions of this study are twofold. First, I apply a fuzzy string matching algorithm for selfcitation detection and benchmark this approach and other common methods of exclusively author namebased self-citation detection against a manually curated ground truth sample. Near full recall can be achieved with the proposed method while incurring only negligible precision loss. Second, I report some important observations from the results about the extent of latent self-citations and their characteristics and give an example of the effect of improved self-citation detection on the document level self-citation rate of [...].

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